This is the HHC Ladies 4th XI development Squad.

League: Hampshire Division 7
Current Position: 2

Total Goals: 136

Total Cards: 3



















vs Aldershot and Farnham 5s - 27 Jan 2018

Home Score: 3 - Opposition Score: 3

Match Result: Draw

With 20 players available it was hard to pick a team this week.  We were playing a team second from bottom on the league table, but diidn't want to chance anything as we are going for promotion this season.  Thank goodness we had a strong team, as we found this to be our toughest game yet against a very different side to the last time we played them. 

Aldershot had a lot of fast young players which caught us on the hop a few times in defence, for which we conceded two goals within the first 20 minutes. Then 5 minutes later they score another goal from a deflection off a short corner.  We came back just before the half time whistle with a goal from Sally from a deflection.

After having a good chat with Heidi Wells who we had as a coach on the side for this game, we came back a lot stronger and were determined to get back in the game. The defence kept Aldershot out of our D and the mid field worked tirelessly to defend and attack.

After 5 minutes Ness scored another goal from a break away.  The game was very tense and everyone gave it their all and we kept on fighting and with 4 minutes to go Sally scored another goal from a deflection.  The atmosphere was amazing with lots of supporters on the side, we were on fire and happy with a draw after such a tough game.

Man of match:  Sally and Joey Hendry, as it was mum and daughter they had to share a box of chocolates.


vs Yateley 4s - 13 Jan 2018

Home Score: 1 - Opposition Score: 2

Match Result: Loss

With Haslemere Ladies 4's being top of the league for the first time this season we wanted to keep our position near the top.  This was going to be a tough game this week for us, playing against Yately, who have been top of the table for most of the season. 

We needed a strong team, but due to lots of injuries with 4 of our core players we had a slightly different team, with a few new players, so the pressure was on. 

Haslemere put Yateley under pressure right from the start, but  it was a pretty even match.  We had most of the possession throughout the whole game and managed to get it into their D a lot, but struggled to score. 

As we had a lot of defenders this week, we put Sally Hendry, one of our usual defenders, up front and within 10 minutes of her coming on she scored her first goal for the club from a strong pass from Ness.  

After 5 minutes in the second half Yateley equalised.  The pressure was on for us to win this game if we wanted to stay top of the league, so we fought as hard as we could.  We managed to get quite a few shots on goal and 3 short corners but just couldn't score.

With 2 minutes to go it was still 1-1, which was pretty good against a good team and we were OK with this.   Then their centre forward made a break and striked it at our goal.  She kicked it out, it deflected off one of our players then our goalie kicked it into our goal just before the whistle went.  How deflated we all felt after such a good match to lose at the last minute.  Every player had a great game and never gave up including our new recruits.

Man of match: Heide Evans

vs Portsmouth and Southsea 3s - 09 Dec 2017

Home Score: 3 - Opposition Score: 0

Match Result: Win

With the captain away, numerous injuries and 9 players on Friday evening it was not looking good for the match with bottom of the league Portsmouth and Southsea.  Bad weather was to be our gain with Becks joining us from the 3s and Leigh’s cancelled umpire assessment afforded us 11 players.

It was a game totally dominated by Haslemere an explosive start and several saved shots on goal ‘Mere’ were unrelenting.  After a great short corner routine it was Evans senior who slipped the ball to Leigh to put it in right on the post.  
Mere reset and were soon to be rewarded with another skillfully worked performance by Evans junior and Joey in the middle Leigh found the net again.  Amelie in her second outing was formidable on the wing and worked hard after a short corner to be denied triumph by their umpire.
Going into the second half Mere stepped off the gas but were rewarded again by a great routine from Janice pushing up high slipping to Corrine to find the back of the net.  An outstanding team performance and three points in the bag....